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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/19/2019 11:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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19-0398 11. ProclamationsProclamation declaring March 2019, "Professional Social Work Month". Proclamation declaring April 2, 2019, "National Equal Pay Day". Commendation for Katia Uriarte. "Thank You" from Girl Scouts to City Council for Celebrating their Birthday. Swearing-In Ceremony for Newly Appointed Board, Commission, Committee and Corporation Members.presented  Action details Video Video
19-0402 12. MinutesRegular Meeting of February 26, 2019 and Special Meeting of March 6, 2019.passedPass Action details Video Video
19-0391 156. E-Session ItemExecutive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.071 and Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.05 to consult with attorneys concerning legal issues related to annexation, disannexation, cession agreements for extraterritorial jurisdiction, apportionment of extra-territorial jurisdiction between municipalities, interlocal agreements with water districts and neighboring municipalities, contracts for potential economic development agreement(s) with entities that are considering the construction, expansion, and/or ownership of industrial facilities (including, but not limited to proposed Gulf Coast Growth Ventures’ chemical manufacturing facility in San Patricio County, Texas, proposed fractionator and related facilities in Nueces County, economic development agreements relating to property currently or formerly owned by Voestelpine, Corpus Christi Liquefaction, LLC, and other entities and existing and proposed industrial facilities in San Patricio County and Nueces County) that are and/or will be consumers of water and/or wastewater services and connections todiscussed in executive session  Action details Video Video
19-0285 155. PresentationAmerican Bank Center Updatepresented  Action details Video Video
19-0400 150. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Interlocal Agreement with the Port of Corpus Christi Authority for a permitting program (1st Reading 3/19/19) Ordinance authorizing execution of an Interlocal Agreement between City of Corpus Christi and Port of Corpus Christi Authority for a permitting program; and waiving building permit requirements for Port of Corpus Christi Authority property.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0407 117. ResolutionResolution Approving a Chapter 212 Agreement with Gulf Coast Growth Ventures Resolution authorizing an agreement with Gulf Coast Growth Ventures LLC under Chapter 212 of the Texas Local Government Code, relating to the development of property in the City’s extraterritorial jurisdiction.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Video Video
19-0366 144. ResolutionDiscussion and possible action to amend the City Council Vision Elements for 2019-2020passed as amendedPass Action details Video Video
19-0270 14. ResolutionResolution authorizing grant application submission for funding available under the FY 2020 Local Security Border Security Program Grant Resolution authorizing submission of grant application in the amount of $285,193.93 to the Office of the Governor Homeland Security Grants Division for funding eligible under the FY 2020 Local Border Security Program Grant.passedPass Action details Not available
19-0310 15. ResolutionResolution approving an agreement with People Assisting Animal Control (PAAC) for services in lieu of gas tap fee Resolution approving an agreement between the City of Corpus Christi and Corpus Christi People Assisting Animal Control (PAAC) for services in lieu of Gas Tap Fee.passedPass Action details Not available
18-1273 16. MotionService Agreement Amendment for Web Based Emergency Operations Center (WebEOC) Software Maintenance and Support Motion authorizing Amendment No.1 to the service agreement with ESI Acquisition, Inc., of Augusta, Georgia for WebEOC software maintenance and support for an additional five-year term, for a not to exceed amount of $56,501.53 for revised total agreement amount not to exceed $100,753.53 and ratifying Amendment No. 1 back to the effective date of August 1, 2017.passedPass Action details Not available
19-0252 28. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Rezoning for a Property located at or near 2725 Rand Morgan Road (1st Reading 2/26/19) Case No. 0119-04 Tim Lange: Request for rezoning property at or near 2725 Rand Morgan Road from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “RS-4.5” Single-Family 4.5 District. Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (January 11, 2019): Approval of the change of zoning from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “RS-4.5” Single-Family 4.5 District. Ordinance rezoning property at or near 2725 Rand Morgan Road from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “RS-4.5” Single-Family 4.5 District.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
19-0178 29. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Appropriating Funds and Approving a Construction Contract for the Traffic Signals and Lighting Improvements (Bond 2014, Propostion 2) (1st Reading 2/26/19) Ordinance appropriating $737,916 of anticipated revenues from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), amending the capital improvement budget and authorizing the execution of a construction contract with Siemens Mobility, Inc. of Austin, Texas in the amount of $1,885,543 for Traffic Signals and Lighting Improvements for the base bid only. (Bond 2014, Proposition 2)passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
19-0259 210. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Amending City Code for Maintenance and Operation of Grease Interceptors and Oil/Sand Interceptors (1st Reading 2/26/19) Ordinance amending Chapter 55, Code of Ordinances, Article XVII, Maintenance and Operation of Grease Interceptors and Oil/Sand Interceptors, Sections 55-219 through 55-223.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
19-0320 211. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Accepting revenue and approving a Revocable Easement with a Temporary Construction Easement to Epic Y Grade Pipeline, LP (1st Reading 2/26/19) Ordinance accepting $151,721 of revenue and authorizing execution of a Revocable Easement with a Temporary Construction Easement to Epic Y Grade Pipeline, LP.passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
19-0108 17. ResolutionResolution authorizing a Service Agreement for the M5 FleetFocus system for Asset Management Resolution authorizing a five-year service agreement for software hosting, maintenance and support for the M5 FleetFocus system with AssetWorks, LLC of Wayne, Pennsylvania, for an amount not to exceed $437,337.88 and ratifying the agreement back to the effective date of January 1, 2018.passedPass Action details Video Video
19-0213 312. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Amending Chapter 23 of the City Code prohibiting operating of retail tobacco stores, hookah lounges, vaping lounges and cigar bars from 2:00 am to 7:00 am (1st Reading 2/19/19) (Tabled 2/26/19) Ordinance amending Chapter 23 of the Corpus Christi Code to prohibit operating and using retail tobacco stores, hookah lounges, vaping lounges and cigar bars from 2:00 am to 7:00 am; and providing for penalty.passed on second readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0335 113. ResolutionResolution authorizing an amendment to the Interlocal Agreement for Radio Communications Systems to include the Port of Corpus Christi Authority as a participant Resolution authorizing execution of an amendment to Radio Communications System Interlocal Agreement between City of Corpus Christi, Regional Transportation Authority and Nueces County to include Port of Corpus Christi Authority as a participant.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Video Video
19-0283 114. ResolutionResolution for the purchase of Bomb Suits for the Police Department Resolution authorizing the purchase of two EOD 10 bomb suits from MED-ENG, LLC of Ogdensburg, New York for a total amount not to exceed $70,062.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0308 115. MotionLease Purchase of two ambulances for the Fire Department Motion authorizing the lease purchase of two ambulances from Siddons-Martin Emergency Group, of Houston, Texas for an amount not to exceed $533,199.64.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0284 116. ResolutionResolution for a Service Agreement for Inspection, Cleaning, and Repair of Bunker Gear for the Fire Department Resolution authorizing a three-year service agreement for inspection, cleaning, and repair of bunker gear with Gear Cleaning Solutions, LLC of Dallas, Texas for an amount not to exceed $390,000.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0412 118. ResolutionResolution Approving a Chapter 212 Agreement with Epic Y-Grade Logistics, L.P. Resolution authorizing an agreement with Epic Y-Grade Logistics, L.P., under Chapter 212 of the Texas Local Government Code, relating to the development of property in the City’s extraterritorial jurisdictionrecommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0311 119. MotionSoftware Maintenance Agreement Amendment for the STAR Fixed Network Advanced Metering System for Information Technology Motion authorizing an amendment to Aclara Technologies LLC software maintenance agreement to allow four renewal years of annual maintenance with Aclara Technologies LLC of Hazelwood, Missouri for an amount not to exceed $116,435.75.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0332 120. MotionPurchase of Phone System Support and Upgrades for Information Technology Motion authorizing the purchase of a three-year phone support flex plan and a statement of work for phone system support and upgrades under the current master services agreement with Great South Texas Corporation dba Computer Solutions of San Antonio, Texas for a total amount not to exceed $504,062.50 and ratifying the purchase back to the effective date of January 30, 2019.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Video Video
19-0333 121. ResolutionResolution for a Service Agreement for Phone System Updates with TPx Communications for Information Technology Resolution authorizing a three-year service agreement for phone system updates and support for the core phone system with TPx Communications Co. of Austin, Texas, for an amount not to exceed $390,000 and ratifying the agreement back to the effective date of January 30, 2019.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0339 122. MotionService Agreement for Commvault and Nimble Support for Information Technology Motion authorizing two one-year service agreements with Freeit Data Solutions of Austin, Texas for Commvault software support for $53,657.55 and for Nimble software support for $40,154.82, for a total amount not to exceed $93,812.37.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0249 123. ResolutionResolution authorizing participation in cooperative purchasing program for pharmaceuticals Resolution authorizing participation in cooperative purchasing program with the Minnesota Multistate Contracting Alliance for Pharmacy, for the purchase of pharmaceuticals for the City and the Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0347 124. MotionRenewal of Professional Services Agreement for the Medical Provider for Tuberculosis Clinic Services at the Corpus Christi Nueces County Public Health District Motion authorizing a two-year amendment for renewal of the professional services agreement with Dr. William W. Burgin, Jr. M.D., as the medical provider for the Corpus Christi Nueces County Health District for an amount not to exceed $36,000, and a total revised agreement amount of $72,000.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0175 125. MotionProfessional Services Contracts for Construction Staff Support (Capital Improvement Program and Bond Projects) Motion authorizing multiple amendments to existing contracts with optional renewals to be administratively approved totaling $1,297,920 for providing Construction Inspection Staff Support for Engineering Services. 1. Award contract amendments to Freese and Nichols - 2 Inspectors at $413,920 2. Award contract amendments to Heneco - 4 Inspectors at $696,800 3. Award contract amendment to Maverick Engineering - 1 Inspector at $187,200recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Video Video
19-0189 126. MotionApproval of Five (5) Master Agreements for Facilities Multiple Award Contract (FMAC) Program Motion authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute a Master Agreement for the Facilities Multiple Award Contract (FMAC) program for a two-year term with the option to administratively renew annually for not more than three additional years, with no guaranteed minimum and a maximum aggregate of $2,500,000 per agreement in any one year with the following: Barcom Construction, Inc. of Corpus Christi, Texas Davila Construction, Inc. of Corpus Christi, Texas Gourley Contracting, LLC of Corpus Christi, Texas Teal Construction Company, Inc. of Corpus Christi, Texas Abba Construction, LLC of Laredo, Texas (Alternate Contractor)recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Video Video
19-0343 127. MotionProfessional Services Contract Amendment No. 1 for Packery Channel Monitoring Motion to authorize execution of Amendment No. 1 with Texas A & M University - Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC) in the amount of $188,123.00 for a total restated fee of $238,114 for Packery Channel Monitoring.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Video Video
19-0238 128. MotionProfessional Services Contract for Six Points Intersection Improvements (Capital Improvement Program) Motion to authorize a professional services contract with Freese and Nichols, Inc. of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $421,340 for Six Points Intersection Improvements project.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0348 129. MotionSupply Agreement for Econolite Traffic Controllers for Street Operations Motion authorizing a three-year supply agreement for Econolite Cobalt Controllers with Paradigm Traffic Systems, Inc of Arlington, Texas for an amount not to exceed $147,000.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0385 130. MotionConstruction Change Order and Professional Services Amendment for City-Wide Water Distribution System Repair and Replacement Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Program (IDIQ) (Capital Improvement Program) Motion to authorize execution of Change Order No. 1 with CPC Interests, LLC dba Clark Pipeline Services, LLP of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $1,275,000 for a total restated fee of $6,375,000 and Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Contract with Urban Engineering of Corpus Christi, Texas in the amount of $451,746 for a total restated fee not to exceed $802,256, for the City-Wide Water Distribution Repair and Replacement IDIQ Program (Capital Improvement Program).recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0341 131. MotionMaster Services Agreement (MSA) for Professional Services for the Citywide Large-Size Water Line Assessment and Repairs Project (Capital Improvement Program) Motion to authorize execution of a Master Services Agreement (MSA) for professional services with Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) of Corpus Christi, Texas for a period of one (1) year in the amount of $300,000 with two (2) optional 1-year renewals for a total contract cost of $900,000 for the Citywide Large-Size Water Line Assessment and Repairs project.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0246 132. ResolutionService Agreement for the Purchase of Motors and Preventative Maintenance for Rotork Actuators for Utilities Department Resolution authorizing a two-year service agreement with Rotork Controls, Inc. of Houston, Texas for the purchase of two motors and preventative maintenance of Rotork actuators at Wesley Seale Dam for a total amount not to exceed $68,218.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0187 133. MotionService Agreement for Mechanical Bar Screen for Laguna Madre Wastewater Treatment Plant Motion authorizing a one-year service agreement for the purchase, installation oversight and warranty of one mechanical bar screen for Laguna Madre Wastewater Treatment Plant from Headworks International, Inc. of Houston, Texas for a total amount not to exceed $67,438.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0268 134. MotionService Agreement for Mechanical Bar Screens for the Allison Wastewater Treatment Plant Motion authorizing a one-year service agreement for the purchase, installation oversight and warranty of two mechanical bar screens from Headworks International, Inc., of Houston, Texas for a total amount not to exceed $115,961.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0328 135. MotionService Agreement for Submersible Pump for the Everhart-Staples Lift Station Motion authorizing a one-year service agreement for the purchase, installation oversight and warranty of one submersible pump from Pump Solutions Inc. of New Caney, Texas for a total amount not to exceed $73,480.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0340 136. MotionService Agreement for the purchase and installation of two variable drive cabinets at the Sand Dollar Pump Station Motion authorizing a one-year service agreement with Tornado Automation, LLC of Jourdanton, Texas for the purchase and installation of two variable frequency drive cabinets at Sand Dollar Pump Station for a total amount not to exceed $103,977.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0211 137. ResolutionResolution authorizing a Service Agreement for Preventative Maintenance and Parts for the Plant Disinfection System at the O.N. Stevens Plant Resolution authorizing a five-year service agreement for preventative maintenance and purchase of parts and materials for the plant disinfection system with Environmental Improvement, Inc. of Houston, Texas for a total amount not to exceed $312,551.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0336 138. MotionSupply Agreement for the Purchase of Pipe Repair Clamps for Utilities Motion authorizing a three-year supply agreement with Core & Main, LP of Corpus Christi, Texas, for the purchase of pipe repair clamps for a total amount not to exceed $1,067,790.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0183 139. ResolutionResolution for Service Agreements for recap tire repairs for Asset Management Department Resolution authorizing two, one-year service agreements for recap tire repairs with Beasley Tire Service-Houston Inc of Houston, Texas and The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company of Akron, Ohio for the total combined amount not to exceed $127,637.40 with two, one-year options for a total potential multi-year amount of $382,912.20.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0346 140. ResolutionResolution authorizing outside city limits water contracts for River Edge Village - Phase 1 Subdivision.recommended to the consent agenda  Action details Not available
19-0330 141. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Rezoning for a Property located at or near 3202 Interstate 69 (1st Reading 3/19/19) Case No. 0219-01 Walker Holdings and Development, LLC: Request for rezoning property at or near 3202 Interstate 69 from the “FR” Farm Rural District to the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District. Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (February 6, 2019): Approval of the change of zoning from the “FR” Farm Rural District to the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District. Ordinance rezoning property at or near 3202 Interstate 69 from the “FR” Farm Rural District to the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District.heard on public hearing and passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0329 142. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Rezoning for a Property located at or near 542 Airline Road (1st Reading 3/19/19) Case No. 0119-05 Bar Property Management, LLC: Request for rezoning a property at or near 542 Airline Road from the “CN-1” Neighborhood Commercial District to the “CG-2” General Commercial District (Requires 3/4 Vote) Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (February 6, 2019): Denial of the change of zoning from the “CN-1” Neighborhood Commercial District to the “CG-2” General Commercial District, in lieu thereof, approval of the “CN-1/SP” Neighborhood Commercial District with a Special Permit (SP) with conditions. Ordinance rezoning property at or near 542 Airline Road from “CN-1” Neighborhood Commercial District to the “CN-1/SP” Neighborhood Commercial District with a Special Permitheard on public hearing and passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0345 143. Public Hearing / First ReadingPublic Hearing and First Reading Ordinance - Amending the Unified Development Code regarding public notice requirements Ordinance amending the Unified Development Code subsection 3.1.7.C.2 regarding public notice requirements; and providing penaltyheard in public hearing/failed on first readingFail Action details Video Video
19-0072 345. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Rezoning for a Property located at or near 4130 South Alameda Street (Public Hearing held 1/22/19) (1st Reading Tabled 1/22/19)(1st Reading 2/12/19)(Tabled 3/19/19) Case No. 1218-01 Carmelite Sisters: Request for rezoning a property at or near 4130 South Alameda Street from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “CN-1” Neighborhood Commercial District. Planning Commission and Staff Recommendation (December 12, 2018): Approval of the change of zoning from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “CN-1” Neighborhood Commercial District. Ordinance rezoning property at or near 4130 South Alameda Street from the “RS-6” Single-Family 6 District to the “RM-1/SP” Multifamily 1 District with a Special Permit (Tract 1), the “RM-1” Multifamily 1 District (Tract 2), and the “CN-1” Neighborhood Commercial District (Tract 3)tabled to specified datePass Action details Video Video
19-0413 146. ResolutionInitiating annexation of up to 1,500 acres along the north side of Corpus Christi Bay Resolution declaring City’s intent to begin annexation of up to 1,500 acres of land into the territorial limits of the City of Corpus Christi, directing the City Manager to prepare a service plan for the extension of municipal services to the proposed annexation area, and setting two public hearings on annexation.passedPass Action details Video Video
19-0380 147. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Amending City Code to establish vicious dog regulations (1st Reading 3/19/19) Ordinance amending Chapter 6 of the Corpus Christi Code to establish vicious dog regulations; and providing for penalty.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0170 148. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Easement Closure for properties located at 118 La Aves Court and 123 Rum Cay Court (1st Reading 3/19/19) Ordinance abandoning and vacating portions of an existing utility easement, a 46.9 square foot portion out of Lot 35 (118 Las Aves Court) and a 48.1 square foot portion out of Lot 37 (123 Rum Cay Court), Block 1, The Preserve at Mustang Island, Unit 1.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0349 149. Public Hearing / First ReadingSecond Reading Ordinance - Amendment to City Code of Ordinances for Outside City Limits Water Contracts (1st Reading 3/19/19) Ordinance amending Chapter 55 of the Corpus Christi Code to allow one contract for entire subdivision for outside city limit water contracts and allow transfer of water services outside the City limits without a new contract for the same use.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0411 151. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Creating Industrial District No. 4 (1st Reading 3/19/19) Ordinance authorizing the establishment of Industrial District No. 4 within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Corpus Christi, Texas; and authorizing Industrial District Agreement No. 102 with Epic Y-Grade Logistics, L.P.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0334 152. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Amending City Code Regarding Commercial Vehicle and Loading Zones (1st Reading 3/19/19) Ordinance amending the Corpus Christi Code regarding loading zones, commercial vehicles, passenger loading and unloading, and adjusting a portion of the Corpus Christi International Airport short-term parking rate.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0325 153. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Lease Agreement for the Fiesta de la Flor Event in Corpus Christi (1st Reading 3/19/19) Ordinance authorizing agreement with the Corpus Christi Convention and Visitors Bureau (CCCVB) for 2019 Fiesta de la Flor event and related activities to be held on April 12, 2019 and April 13, 2019, and allow use of streets bounded by Power Street, N. Water Street, Resaca Street and Shoreline Blvd. and including the Bayfront Park located along Shoreline Blvd. between Resaca Street and Power Street and providing for payment of 50% of costs for City services provided for the event.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0344 154. OrdinanceSecond Reading Ordinance - Appropriating funds for the Purchase of Heavy Equipment for Utilities (1st Reading 3/19/19) Ordinance appropriating $222,475 from the Fleet Fund Future Replacement Reserve; amending the FY2018-2019 operating budget adopted by Ordinance 031548 to increase expenditures; and approving the purchase of John Deere heavy equipment from Doggett Heavy Machinery of Corpus Christi, Texas, via BuyBoard for a total amount not to exceed $1,459,287.passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0403 13. AppointmentBuilding Standards Board Library Board Museum of Science and History Advisory Board Sister City Committee Tree Advisory Committeeno action taken  Action details Not available
19-0392 157. E-Session ItemExecutive Session pursuant to Section Texas Government Code § 551.071 and Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.05 to consult with attorneys concerning legal issues related to the provision of incentives pursuant to any previously executed or proposed economic development and/or business incentive agreement(s) between the City and/or related entities and Upper Padre Partners, LP, Gulf Shores Ventures, and/or North Padre Waterpark Holdings, Ltd. and/or past or present assignees, affiliates, creditors or shareholders of any of the aforesaid entities, , including, but not limited to Padre Island Holdings, LLC, Diamond Beach Holdings, LLC, Axys Capital Credit Fund LLC, possible development agreements or other funding mechanisms related to the construction of Park Road 22 bridge and related infrastructure, including, but not limited to, bridges, culverts, canals, sewers, mains, lift stations, pump stations, revetments, pilings, and ditches, and permitting related thereto and pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.087 to discuss confidential commercial or financial infordiscussed in executive session  Action details Not available
19-0435 158. E-Session ItemExecutive Session pursuant to Texas Government Code § 551.071 and Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.05 to consult with attorneys concerning litigation including, but not limited to, the case of Graham Construction Services, Inc. et al v. City of Corpus Christi et al.discussed in executive session  Action details Not available